The explosion was caused by a booby-trapped taxi, which was detonated near the national hospital in the city in the evening, said SANA.
Ras al-Ayn, located in the northwestern countryside of Hasakah Province, is under the control of the Turkey-backed rebels.
The infighting between rebel groups renewed in the area on Friday, according to SANA.
Turkey and the its allied Syrian rebels captured slivers of territory in northeastern Syria following a military campaign launched in October 2019 as Turkey was aiming to quell the influence of the Kurdish-led forces in the region.
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